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Treeland's Lake Chippewa Flowage Fishing Reports

by Jenks Bait and Tackle

Date: 2013-07-14


People in general are catching some fish so it's not as tough as it could be for this time of year. Stick with nitecrawlers and leeches in the deep brush--15-20 feet.


Musky movement is ok. Surface baits and bucktails on the edges of the weedbars is your best bet.


Fishing the weeds for musky will normally get you some northern action. But if you downsize on your baits--surface, bucktail and spinnerbaits--you should get more northern action.


Crappie are still scattered showing no real preference for any one location. Fish minnows, Gulp and small plastics.


Still small bluegill in the shallows. Go to the cribs or the deeper brush for the better ones with waxies, worms and small plastics.


Bass fishing is still pretty good on nitecrawlers and leeches. If you want to cast use spinnerbaits, plastics and smaller surface baits in the evening.


Nice week, but warm in the mid 80's (not as bad as last year). A chance of rain on Wed.

Water Level

Starting to come down a little at 1312.4.

Water Temp

Mid to upper 70's.